During the 2000s, Dr. Martens were sold solely under the AirWair name in many various styles, including regular dark shoes, shoes and steel-toed boots. AirWair International Ltd income tumbled from US$412 million of every 1999 to $127 million in 2006. In 2003 the Dr. Martens organization approached bankruptcy. On 1 April that year, under tension from declining deals, the organization stopped making shoes in the UK, and moved all creation to China and Thailand. Five plants and two shops were shut in the UK, and more than 1,000 of the company’s representatives lost their jobs. Following the terminations, the R. Griggs organization utilized just 20 individuals in the UK, all in the company’s head office. Five million sets of Dr. Martens were sold during 2003, a large portion of the 1990s level of deals.